If you’re looking for a job that will pay a living wage, the Canadian Construction Association says you should start by looking at the salaries of its members.
The group’s construction engineer salary calculator lets you see what the average salary is in each industry in Canada, with a breakdown of hourly wages for each occupation.
Here are the median salaries in the construction industry:Workers in construction are paid hourly wages of $10.24 to $13.18 per hour, according to the CCA, which uses the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
They also earn about $1.14 an hour on average to $1,890 an hour.
The salary calculator does not include benefits, but it does offer a rough breakdown of basic benefits:A pension plan worth up to $10,000 per year, health insurance, a 401(k) account and an annual sick leave of six weeks are included in the calculations.
Construction companies also can include an additional benefit of $4,000 in their contracts.
If you’re considering a career in construction, you may want to consider an entry-level job that pays a living rate.
There are some things to consider:According to the BLS, the average wage for construction engineers in 2018 was $16.70 an hour in Canada.
If you are looking for an entry level job, you should look at salaries for the following occupations:Mechanical engineers in the U.S. averaged $18.10 an hour, while in Canada it was $15.25.
The Canadian Construction Council’s building-building and construction-equipment survey, conducted in 2018, found that the average wages for construction workers across the country were $15 an hour or higher.
Workers are paid the median salary in Canada by the industry.
Construction engineer salaries ranged from $17,927 in Calgary to $21,843 in Halifax, according the survey.
The median salaries for construction construction workers in Canada ranged from about $17.20 to $19,100.
The median salaries vary by industry, according a report from the B.C. Teachers’ Federation.
The construction industry, with its low pay and a lack of benefits, has been under a spotlight since construction worker deaths spiked last summer.
The deaths of 29-year-old James and his brother Kevin on their construction site in Burnaby, B.S., and the suicide of another man in the same site in Surrey, B, are believed to be linked to the construction boom.
The B.T.F. has called on the federal government to intervene.